Joint meetings on the TNA Sectoral Working Groups were held in the conference hall of the Park Hotel in Bishkek on 19 and 20 April 2023. The sessions were divided into mitigation technologies for the Energy and Waste sectors and adaptation technologies for Agriculture and Water Resources. The aim of the sessions was to present results of the technology prioritization […]

When: 20 April, 2023

The Paris Agreement establishes the Global Stocktake (GST) to assess the progress made toward its long-term goals. One of the core functions of GST is to review the adequacy and effectiveness of adaptation and the support provided for adaptation. However, a clear and commonly accepted understanding of the concepts of ‘adequacy’ and ‘effectiveness’, as well as a practice for operationalizing […]

When: 2 March, 2023
Where: GoToWebinar,

Implicitly or explicitly, the notion of climate change-driven losses and damages has been present in intergovernmental climate change negotiations since they started about thirty years ago.  Scholarship on loss and damage is more recent, with research interest on the topic accelerating at around the time the Paris Agreement was adopted. The objective of this workshop was to take stock of […]

When: 5 December, 2022 - 6 December, 2022

World leaders, experts, organizations and the private sector meet to tackle the urgent threat of global climate change. Together with our partners, UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre joins the efforts to prevent global temperatures from rising above 1.5C and protect our planet and people from the intensifying impacts of climate change. We will present the latest climate science and the findings of […]

When: 6 November, 2022 - 18 November, 2022

How do we assess climate technology progress? Upscaling the implementation of effective development and transfer of climate technologies in response to the climate is more crucial than ever. Technologies are key to sustainable development and the interlinked issues of the triple planetary crisis that humanity currently faces: climate change, pollution and biodiversity loss. To upscale implementation, it is essential to understand the […]

When: 1 November, 2022 - 1 November, 2022
Where: Online,

The TNA is a country driven and participatory process, where stakeholder consultation and buy-in is key to successful implementation. Technical and methodological support to the national team is provided by UNEP-CCC. In this 2-days of workshop sessions, participants were trained on the use of multi-criteria analysis (MCA), which offers a flexible means to defining, scoring and weighting criteria to select […]

When: 30 August, 2022

During a 3-day mission to Bishkek, experts from UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre (UNEP-CCC) have held bilateral meetings with local technical experts and Government officials, to discuss how best to position The Kyrgyz Republic’s Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) and build partnerships that will enable local-level ownership and ensure impact beyond the life of the project and its technical outputs. UNEP-CCC, in partnership with […]

When: 21 July, 2022

Hosted at the UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre In-person only event There is a fundamental disconnect between the finance community and energy efficiency. The Mission Efficiency Financing Charette will be convened to undo this disconnect. The charette will bring together two groups: the world’s finance community (private sector, development banks, philanthropic organizations, climate finance facilities, etc.) and the projects and initiatives […]

When: 14 June, 2022 - 16 June, 2022

The Crown Prince will launch a new UNEP a scientific advisory centre in Copenhagen along with UNEP Executive Director Inger Andersen, UNOPS Executive Director Grete Faremo and Danish Minister for Environment, Lea Wermelin As the latest IPCC reports have shown in no uncertain terms, the world is in a climate emergency. We need to increase action on both mitigation and […]

When: 26 April, 2022 - 26 April, 2022

Workshop Scope The goal of this workshop is to reduce the financing gap for local solar MSMEs and define requirements to building deal flow initially focusing on agribusiness and industry opportunities. Key discussion points will include: What are the proposed solutions/alternatives for access to finance? What is the size and need of the existing pipeline of solar investments? Investors: What […]

When: 3 February, 2022